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Gardeners and Volunteers Annual Picnic!


Don't miss out on Down to Earth's first annual picnic!


Sunday, August 16 from 1-3 at the Moose Outdoor Shelter


We'll have hotdogs and the fixings! Bring a dish to pass and your smiling face. 


Come vote for which garden deserves "Neatest", "Most Creative", and "Most Beautiful", to be rewarded with an hour of free weeding



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This Summer is hot, hot, hot! 2015 is an awesome year in the community garden.  We have added more workshops and hands on gardening classes to our season. Events


2016 Applications will be available in September


Community Garden Rules


GARDENING COURTESY AND COMMUNICATION


Our garden has 3 plot sizes

4x8 , 10x12 , 20x20 .


Water is included in fee.

Gardening season is May 1st - November 1st.

Our community garden practices organic only.


Gardeners are responsible for tilling their plots.

Rototillers for tilling your plot are available for rental from local hardware stores.


Check out our Gardening page for beginner gardening information.



"A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness;

It teaches industry and thrift; Above all it teaches trust"

Down to Earth Community Gardens

Down to Earth Community Gardens

PO Box 1124

Kenosha, WI 53141


​Community Garden location - 3003 30th Avenue, Kenosha (Moose Lodge)


email: downtoearthkenosha@gmail.com

Phone# for Gardens 262-515-3308

Phone# for Events 262-515-6322


​Down to Earth is a Non-profit designated 501c3 Organization

Garden Plot # Map 2015 DTE Garden Layout.xlsx

- Gertrude Jekell (Horticulturist)

Don't miss out on our second annual fall festival, featuring a scarecrow contest, free mini pumpkins to paint, bake sale, story telling, kids games, a garlic planting workshop and much more!


Sunday September 20th 2-5pm at the Moose Outdoor Shelter


Open to the public!


2016 Garden Renewal Registration.

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Our organic gardens are privately rented. Public harvesting is not allowed.


The public is invited to walk about. Please do not pick or touch plot renters gardens.


Dogs are not allowed.

Donations of money and tools are gladly accepted.